Lendmark Financial Services
July 25, 2016
Where to turn in a financial emergency.
The family car breaks down and you need it fixed immediately. It’s the middle of summer, a heat wave just came to town, and the AC went on the fritz. Or your child went camping, fell out of a tree and broke her leg and insurance only covers part of the medical expense. You’ve got a financial emergency. So what’s the best thing to do? Put it on a credit card? Look for a rich uncle? How about tapping into a savings account? Well if you’re like many Americans all you may have is a thousand dollars or less in savings and guess what, the sudden life event/emergency, is going to cost you $4,600! So what financial options make the most sense? Join Lendmark Financial Services’ Bobbie Aiken and Amy Manning as they visit The Balancing Act. They discuss a money lending option that more and more Americans are turning to every day. It’s not a credit card, it’s a loan that has set terms and a set payment that will put you at ease.
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